The triumphalism of the Group of Seven (G7) meeting — held last week in southwestern UK — may be misplaced, coming from economies that represent both the Anglosphere and just 40% of world GDP.

However, the hardening of an anti-China stance has significant implications for investors, and not just from the Western perspective.

On June 13, G7 leaders — amongst other things — called out over human rights in Xinjiang while demanding a full and thorough investigation of the origins of the Covid-19 virus in China.

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